The head of a Kenya-based braiding and weaving company is set to open a new Kenyan branch in Melbourne, after the US banned the business in the wake of the killing of the Kenyan pastor.

“It’s a big thing for us,” Kenyatta Nkomo, the founder of Kebab World, said in a phone interview on Wednesday.

Mr Nkomo, who is based in Cape Town, said he was looking forward to opening the new shop at the corner of Bentleigh and Queen streets. “

I felt that it’s important for us to get our name out there.”

Mr Nkomo, who is based in Cape Town, said he was looking forward to opening the new shop at the corner of Bentleigh and Queen streets.

“If it’s the right place, it will be good for us.

It will help us in the area and it will help the community in Kenya,” he said.

Kenya’s ban on the Kenya-registered business was imposed following the killing in Nigeria of the pastor, who was killed by a mob of angry Christians while praying.

The killing of Mr Nwamba sparked protests across the country and the US called for his killers to be brought to justice.

A spokesperson for the Kenyan government said it was unable to comment on the business’s plans to open.

The head and the owner of the company are currently in Nigeria.

The US State Department has said the death of Mr Mokoeni, who has been a leader in the Christian community in the region, is an attack against the US and a violation of the United Nations Convention Against Torture.

It also said that the death was the result of a “crusade” by extremist elements against Christians in Kenya.

The State Department said Mr Nokomo had been involved in efforts to bring about change in Kenya, and in particular in a push to promote the rights of Christians in the country.

“Mr Nwambas murder was an attack on Christians in his homeland,” State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki said in December.

The Department will continue to provide support to Kenya and its people as they pursue justice for Mr Mwamena.” “

His murder will forever be a stain on the Kenyan community in Africa and the world.”

The Department will continue to provide support to Kenya and its people as they pursue justice for Mr Mwamena.

“Kenya has been under an anti-Christian backlash in recent years and anti-Muslim violence has become a common feature of the country’s political landscape.

The United States is also investigating the murder of another prominent Christian leader in Kenya: Mr Joseph Nyonanga.

The church said it had no comment on Mr Nkwambas death.